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    Could it be "except on"?

    Americans rarely shake hands to say goodbye, except_____business occasions
    A. in
    B. on
    C. for
    D. at
    For me, I would rather choose C. But another says that B is correct.
    What about you? Please give me your opinion.
    Thank you very much

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    Re: Could it be "except on"?

    Quote Originally Posted by linhtho0211 View Post
    Americans rarely shake hands to say goodbye, except_____business occasions
    A. in
    B. on
    C. for
    D. at
    occasion here means a particular time
    so I'd go for B. on
    as in
    We met on several occasions to discuss the issue.
    I've heard him be rude to her on a number of occasions.

    you could also have a look there
    regards,
    beascarpetta

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